The Chattahoochee River is riding a little high this January day as the remnants from recent days of rain flow to the Gulf. Q602 and its 7400 feet of train keep on moving though as the 2X1 DPU tr... (more)
It's a beautiful game day Saturday in the south as Q602 brings nearly 2 miles of train up the grade into Loachapoka behind a trio of General Electric AC powered locomotives.
War Eagle!!!! The mid morning sun shines upon CSXT 727 and illuminates a lofty water tower in the background letting you know exactly where you are, "The Loveliest Village On The Plains... (more)
Q602 has it in the wind as it rips past the seldom used 4000 foot long siding in the non-existent town of Aucilla, Florida. 9900 foot of mixed junk and stacks are making a beeline towards a meet a... (more)
CSX Q602-31 wanders into signaled territory at GF&A connection in Tallahassee, Florida. The Tally sub is a rare spot to find WWII era Seaboard Color Lights being served by code-line (in Tally Prop... (more)
Q602 slams eastbound through the Seaboard Air Line siding at Drifton, Florida. This Seaboard shortie is still guarding trains today; although four less per day than it was a few weeks ago when I s... (more)
Q602-01 with a 9500 foot long train of junk freight and double stacks flies into the town of Lee, Florida, for a meet with Q601-02. The ancient side by side Seaboard Air Line signals stand guard a... (more)
CSX Q602 on the former L&N in Florida.
On a beautiful and clear July morning, Q602 with a DPU pusher on the rear are about to blast through the city of Opelika.
After a meet with counterpart Q601, Q602 and its interesting lash-up of locomotives rumble their way over the ex-Central of Georgia mainline as they continue onto Waycross, GA.
A phase II SD70M leads the DPU-less Q602 through Mt. Meigs as it meets Q619 on the left and tucks in behind A746 ahead.
A 12,000 foot long Q602 winds it way down into Montgomery and onto the Western Railway of Alabama's Chester Yard with the Alabama River and I-65 in the background.
After meeting K877 at the Opelika siding, Q602 gets underway as it heads north towards LaGrange and then onto Waycross, GA while passing the Western Railway of Alabama coal tower.
The crew of a 9500 foot long Q602 perform a roll-by inspection of southbound counterpart Q601 at the 10,000 foot long Macon siding on a bright sunny July morning. Check out the four 60 foot TBOX ... (more)
A long Q602 comes through opelika on a very hot August morning.